It's helped me. :)
This plug-in performs an ajax call every 10 seconds to a page which will get the WHOLE logs from only one row in wp_config, append the new log value and update it.
I cannot stress enough how dangerous it is for your mysql server. It will make your database size grow exponentially, without any chance of doing anything, thanks to the lack of garbage collection in mysql.
Logs time and what URLs were run but not the IP address, so it's very hard to know what's actually happening.
here's an example:
28/4/13 @ 15:07:45, (admin, ) => plugins.php?activate=true&plugin_status=all&paged=1&s=
28/4/13 @ 15:07:58, (admin, ) => tools.php
28/4/13 @ 15:08:08, (admin, ) => plugins.php
28/4/13 @ 15:08:52, (admin, ) => edit.php?post_type=page
28/4/13 @ 15:09:19, (admin, ) =>
28/4/13 @ 15:09:34, (admin, ) => edit-comments.php
28/4/13 @ 15:09:44, (admin, ) => tools.php
28/4/13 @ 15:09:47, (admin, ) => options-general.php
28/4/13 @ 15:09:51, (admin, ) => options-general.php?page=admin-log/admin-log.php
All posts and pages disappeared - and you couldn't deactivate any plugins.
i like it too much
If you're running more than 1 admin on your site, install this, better to prevent ;)
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